Commercial launch of Reliance JioFiber on September 5 ; clients could get two months free service


From September 5, Reliance JioFiber, the broadband fiber home service, is set to become commercially accessible. Mukesh Ambani stated at the AGM that the service will be accessible from 700 a month. It offers a minimum 100Mbps broadband speed and up to 1Gbps scaling. While we are aware of its accessibility, the details of the offer stay unknown. Around 5 lakh homes in the country are testing the JioGigaFiber, or JioFiber.

Reliance JioFiber Preview Offer: What we know so far

Mukesh Ambani said with JioFiber that the firm is aiming to link 20 million homes and 15 million businesses. The firm also plans to piggyback the last mile of connectivity to local internet service providers. It also purchased Hathway and Den to increase its connectivity in the most remote cities. Now, the preview offer seems to be restricted to two months of free service without any rent.

The firm is said to be planning to give JioFiber link free for two months, according to a Times of India report. Jio charges Rs 2,500 as security deposit for JioFiber connection under the present preview offer. But it appears the business will charge Rs 1,000 as subscribers ‘ installation charges. The security deposit would then account for Rs 1,500 while Rs 1,000 would become an installation charge that is non-refundable.

Reliance Jio offered a single band router and 50Mbps connection with Rs 2,500 security deposit. With Rs 4,500 security deposit, a double band router with speeds up to 100Mbps was obtained by the preview clients. A JioFiber Preview Offer is also available where the firm intends to offer a free 4K / HD TV and 4 K Set-top box. On the JioFiber commercial launch day, we will understand more information about particular plans and their pricing. Jio is already the leader in the mobile wireless segment in India. With its JioFiber service, it hopes to disrupt the home broadband market as well.


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